Rusting Patina is a brown, glossy or sheen film on the surface of the steel dish, produced by oxidation over a period of time, resulting from age or polishing. We speed up this process using a chemical and not a pint cover. Should you not wish your dish to rust further you should apply oil to protect the steel from moisture.
Raw Mill Finish
Mill finish refers to the surface texture (or finish) of metal after it exits the drawing process. The surface is then treated with a polishing process for a smooth, uniform finish. Please note the raw steel colour may vary to images on this site.
Black Fire Coating Finish
The fire pit is coated with a black fire paint. The paint however will not last indefinitely. This will depend on how many fires you make. Please note to oil the areas where the hot coals sit, inside and outside as well as on welding sites to prevent rusting.
Fire Pits are not suitable for use on a wooden deck without a deck protector. The Fire Pit Company will not be held liable for any deck damage, with or without a deck protector.